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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Chronic Fatigue

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Research

Our service is actively involved in research. We believe that contributing to scientific knowledge can in turn benefit patients and consequently the quality of our service.

We regularly present our findings at conferences and write articles for peer-reviewed journals.

Look around our corridor for a glimpse at the most recent posters!

Apart from pre-approved studies, we also conduct regular in-house audits and participate in national audits.

Data collection and dissemination is always done after obtaining ethics approval from an NHS Regional Ethics Committee and according to strict rules of privacy, confidentiality and anonymity. Eligible patients for a study may be invited to participate but they are always free to decline or to withdraw at any stage. Participating in a research study would not impact on the quality of treatment received.

Initial assessment

You will need your 13-digit ID that came with your letter or email invitation for the follow-up.

To complete, please do the following.

  1. Open the initial assessment questionnaire
  2. In the box saying "Please enter your ID", enter the 13-digit ID stated in your letter or email invitation
  3. Complete the remaining questions

12 month follow-up

You will need your 13-digit ID that came with your letter or email invitation for the follow-up.

To complete, please do the following.

  1. Open the 12-month follow-up questionnaire
  2. In the box saying "Please enter your ID", enter the 13-digit ID stated in your letter or email invitation
  3. Complete the remaining questions